Norberto Meijome wrote:
> On Thu, 09 Aug 2007 07:07:53 +0200
> Peter Boosten <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>> Yes, I think you're right. Most FreeBSD users are used to do things the
>> 'command line way'. 
> I think it is more a 'Unix users' rather than FBSD users thing. The fact 
> remains that unix provides an awesome toolkit that doesnt have (or need) 
> mouse+button hindrance that only now MS is seriously starting to provide. 
> Yes, you have all the GUI you want in windows, but to get things fixed when 
> they borked (or when you want the job done without outguessing the gui) you 
> now have lots of CLI tools. I find this highly amusing... MS is still coming 
> around to doing things  the unix way ...if only in the long way around...
>> FreeBSD has a steep learning curve (actually a steep
>> configuration curve), but once you get things running (and that isn't
>> that hard) it's rock steady.
> Not necessarily more than other unix-like OS, i think. Understanding the 
> system (ANY system) is key to ease of configuration. If you started learning 
> unix, properly configuring windows is ... strange, and all over the place
>> So the advantages aren't necessary won when installing, but more when
>> using FreeBSD for a while.
> applies to all OSes i can think of.

You're right on all answers, but we're talking in this mailing list
about FreeBSD ;-)

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